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I’m Asexual And Here’s What Sex Feels Like For Me. I don’t fantasize about having sex with people that enchant me, with very rare exceptions. In high school I openly identified as asexual, and I don’t think it ever stopped being true really. My friend Erik introduced me to the term.
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WHAT DO ASEXUAL & AROMANTIC MEAN? What is asexuality? Asexuality is an orientation defined by a lack of sexual attraction. This means that an asexual (or ‘ace’) person experiences little or no sexual draw towards others, and has little or no desire to have sexual relationships with other people.
Libido: a person’s sex drive, or the frequency with which they desire sexual contact, regardless of their experiences (or lack thereof) of attraction. Someone’s libido or sex-drive is not the same as their attraction; someone might be asexual and have a high sex-drive, or they could have none at all.